One of Brisbane's Centenary suburbs, Jindalee has benefited greatly from the opening of the Centenary Highway that gives it direct access to the city via Milton Road or Coronation Drive.
About 13km south-west of Brisbane's CBD, Jindalee was developed with the other Centenary suburbs during the 1950s and 1960s.
The suburb has easy access to the Mt Coot-tha lookout, botanical gardens, and Planetarium, as well as direct access to the City via the Centenary Highway.
Jindalee is a popular suburb for growing families, as it offers a wide range of services and facilities.
The Centenary suburbs were once regarded as quite out of the way, but as the city grows and access to public transport improves, people are less resistant to travelling the distance to work.
The Centenary suburbs are promoted as a fully planned development with extensive services and facilities including primary and high schools, the recently expanded Centenary Shopping Centre, police and fire stations, and many sporting clubs including two golf courses.
Where no median is available, insufficient sales were recorded in order to compile a reliable statistic.
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